Our mission is to increase and sustain homeownership. We provide Loss Mitigation intervention between homeowners and their Mortgage Loan Servicers
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Woodbridge, Virginia (PRWEB) October 14, 2010
Vote early and daily for First Home Alliance in this month’s Pepsi Refresh Project competition. Monthly, non-profits will receive a grant to supercharge their efforts to make their communities better. First Home Alliance’s mission is to redeem the dream for struggling homeowners in the Northern Virginia and Washington, DC Metropolitan areas. A Pepsi Refresh Project grant would allow many more people of modest means to obtain and retain a home to call their own.
Until October 31, 2010, everyone has the power to sustain the dream for everyday Northern Virginia and Washington D.C. Metropolitan area residents. Visit http://www.refresheverything.com/FirstHomeAlliance or text 103307 to PEPSI (73774). One vote daily per person is all it takes. Post this link on your Facebook page and proudly declare your vote. Please ask friends and family members to vote as well. One vote daily from you and your entire circle of friends will assist First Home Alliance in continuing to help vulnerable DC metropolitan area residents keep their property.
First Home Alliance is a non-profit 501 (c) (3), HUD approved housing counseling agency. Since 2002, First Home Alliance has helped more than 2,000 families purchase their first home. More impressively, during the current housing crisis, decisive action by First Home Alliance has saved 300 families from foreclosure.
“Our mission is to increase and sustain homeownership. We provide Loss Mitigation intervention between homeowners and their Mortgage Loan Servicers,” said Larry Laws, founder of First Home Alliance. Mr. Laws also stated “We outreach and empower our community by providing Financial Literacy education and knowledge on how to avoid mortgage loan scams.”
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About First Home Alliance
First Home Alliance was founded in August 2002, by Larry Laws, a Disabled American Veteran that retired from the United States Army after serving 24 years on active duty. He is originally from Camden, Arkansas and now resides in the Washington, DC area.